American Motorcyclist Association Announces Anti-Doping Test Results For AMA Supercross Competitors

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports that anti-doping testing was conducted at the San Diego (Feb. 11) and St. Louis (March 3) rounds of the AMA Supercross Championship. No prohibited substances or their metabolites or markers, or the use of prohibited methods, were found in the tested samples. AMA Supercross Lites class riders tested in […]

The American Motorcyclist Association Celebrates April As ‘AMA Get Out And Ride!’ Month

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to launch “AMA Get Out and Ride! Month” for April 2012. Now in its second year, AMA Get Out and Ride! Month encourages motorcyclists everywhere to enjoy the thrill of motorcycling in the dirt and on the street. “There’s no better way to rekindle America’s ongoing love affair […]

AMA Announces Six Award Recipients Who Have Made An Impact On Motorcycling Community

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Board of Directors recently announced it would be giving six individuals prestigious awards to acknowledge their impact on the motorcycle community. This includes motorcycle rights activist Jerry Abboud, who will receive the AMA Dud Perkins Lifetime Achievement Award for his effort to protect the interests and rights of motorcycle, ATV, […]

AMA Announces Changes To Annual Banquet

The American Motorcyclist Association has announced that it will be making changes to this year’s championship banquet, which honors the best motorsports competitor from around the country in dozens of different divisions. The champions in all AMA-sanctioned motorcycle and ATV competitions are invited to the banquet, where winning riders officially receive their medals and trophies. […]

New Virginia Law Bars Motorcycle-Only Checkpoints

In a victory for motorcyclists, Virginia is the latest state to bar motorcycle-only checkpoints, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports. On Feb. 28, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell signed into law H.B. 187, which was introduced by Delegate C. Todd Gilbert (R-Shenandoah). The new law, which takes effect July 1, prohibits law enforcement agencies from establishing […]